The Bureau of Transportation Statistics reports that there are more than
six million traffic accidents per year in the USA. Largely for this
reason, the auto body parts market continues to thrive. Insurance
companies write off many damaged vehicles as "totaled;" these
automobiles are usually towed off to junk yards where certain auto parts
are salvaged for resale. Auto body shop owners and savvy consumers
know that these salvage yards sell used auto body parts for a fraction
of their original price.
The auto detailing industry is an important secondary market for interior
and exterior car parts. Rather than trading in a well-running car
after a few years, many car owners are opting instead to have their cars
refurbished. This often involves in-depth cleaning of carpets, seat
upholstery, and other interior surfaces as well as exterior washing and
hand-waxing. It may include replacement of worn carpeting and other
interior surfaces as well as repair of dents, dings, and rust spots.
A variety of auto body parts may be required to complete the detailed
Auto body repair shops and car dealers are the primary customers for
auto body products, but many car owners repair and modify their own
vehicles as well. Has your car been damaged in an auto accident or
do you want to customize your car's exterior? On AutoBodyParts.us,
you can find sources for aftermarket and OEM repair parts as well as custom parts and accessories.
Browse the auto body part manufacturers and dealers for specifications and
photos, as well as prices and online ordering of parts for most automobile
makes and models. Whether you are looking for automotive exterior
parts (such as body kits, ground effects, and spoilers), interior parts
(such as steering wheels and floor mats), or vehicle lighting products,
you can find suppliers of these items listed below.
Find a wide range of car body parts and automotive
accessories at this popular online shop. Whether it's body trim,
bumpers, headlight trim, or repair panels, this auto parts dealer stocks
these parts for most makes and models. www.JCWhitney.com
Beaman land buyer doubles down on Nashville footprint
The same developer who grabbed headlines for planting his flag on Lee Beaman's coveted auto body shop site is now expanding to Antioch.
Drew Hutchinson. American City Business Journals. Friday, 06 Aug 2021 18:46:54 +0000.